Mianah fever | definition of Mianah fever by Medical dictionary
Persian relapsing fever (redirected from Mianah fever)
Per·sian re·lap·sing fe·ver
a tick-borne relapsing fever, which occurs in the Middle East, caused by Borrelia persica and transmitted by Ornithodoros tholozani (and possibly by Ornithodoros lahorensis).
Persian relapsing fever A form of tick-borne relapsing fever caused by Borrelia persica (vector Ornithodoros tholozani), which occurs in Israel and Palestine.